The “big announcement” that TNA has been playing out regarding Mickie James as of late is that she is looking to record a second country music album, but she is depending on money from the fans in order to fund it. The current TNA Knockout’s Champion is looking to reach at least $5,000 by September 2, 2011 in order to start the project. In order to reach the money, she is also giving fans an incentive to donate by offering prizes all the way to personally appearing at your home.
“I’m getting ready to go into the studio to record a new project, and I wanted to find a way to offer you a chance to not just pre-order the CD, but to have an exclusive chance to get some other goodies that have never been available (and won’t be available again!),” James wrote. The prizes are as following:
Those who pledge $10 receive a copy of the album and MP3.
Those who pledge $25 receive an autographed album and their name in the album’s “thank you’s.”
Those who pledge $50 receive access to an exclusive web concert.
Those who pledge $75 receive a personalized video message from James.
Those who pledge $100 receive a one-of-kind T-shirt painted by James.
Those who pledge $200 have their name listed as an Executive Producer in the new album.
Those who pledge $2,500 receive a 30-minute acoustic concert at their home. However, they will also have to provide James with two plane tickets, a rental car and two hotel rooms.
Those who pledge $10,000 receive all of the above, plus a co-starring role in James’ music video.
Her campaign can be accessed here, which also features a video of James discussing the project. The TNA Knockout has so far raised $1,610.